The Atomic Energy Authority (AEA) has detected fish consignments imported to Sri Lanka that were contaminated from radio active substances in the seas following the Fukushima nuclear catastrophe, AEA chairman Dr Ranjith Jayawardene said.
He told the Daily News that the AEA had been checking all imported fish consignments to Sri Lanka since the Fukushima incident to ensure these were safe for human consumption.
He noted that the AEA discovered salmon and other fish consignments which were slightly contaminated by radioactive substances last November and also last week during checks. The container load imported in November was released after a laboratory test to ensure that the level of radioactive substances is harmless for human consumption. This load included fish from the seas off China.
The fish consignment imported to the country last week has been retained by the Customs until a special laboratory test. The chairman said that the results of this test would be released within two days. [...]
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So you still don't believe the Fukushima plant ws not supposed to blow up on command , do you? I just observe. This one was a no-brainer. In the history of warfare, leaders from the WWII allies to King Kamehameha to Chiang Kai Shek slaughtered tens or even hundreds of thousands of troops and civilians to get their point across in a single incident. If American citizens were not so intent on acting as spoiled rotten children, this could be avoided.